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43 High Street, Cottenham

43 High Street, Wrestler’s Arms, Cottenham

History of 43 High Street

[The locations of properties become more difficult to locate even relative to each other as one works back through the censuses. The assumption has been made that families are likely to be at the same location in consecutive censuses but this cannot be verified.]

1830s: old red bricked house on this site owned and kept by Philip Piggot in the 1830s. Closed in 1847.


1841: approx.

Stephen Fullstone, 30, barber


1851: approx.

Thomas Worland, 37, journeyman shoemaker, b Cottenham


1861: approx.

John Piggott, 45, ag.lab., b Cottenham


1871:

Jeremiah Emmerson, 32, ag.lab., b Cottenham


1881:

Jeremiah Emmerson, 42, ag.lab., b Cottenham

Eliza, 40

[nearby]

Elizabeth Bocock, 65, annuitant, b Cottenham


1891: approx

Eliza Emmerson, 51, b Cottenham


1901:

Henry J Rayment, 28, bricklayer, b Cottenham


1911:

Mary Ann Haird, 71, b Cottenham


1939:

Cyril Smith, b 1892, smallholder farm and fruit (Special Constable)

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